Habits of Self-Transforming Leaders Webinar
A new frontier in healthcare is the cultivation of leadership and coaching skills that enhance employee engagement, motivation, morale, and individual and team innovation and performance. This presentation will explore the model of transformational leadership (four elements – idealized influence, inspirational motivation, individualized consideration, intellectual stimulation) and the alignment with professional coaching competencies that enable connection, creativity, growth, and development. Designed for all members of ACAPT and their clinical partners, it will include a novel model for self-transformation, including an experiential practice.
Objectives that participants will meet with the webinar:
Describe the components of transformational leadership and leadership coaching in the context of healthcare culture.
Describe the elements of a leader’s vision for being a transformational leader, including leadership values, practices, and personal growth and transformation.
Describe the habits and practices of a transformational leader for self-leadership, self-transformation, as well as leading individuals, teams, and organizations.
Speaker: Margaret Moore/Coach Meg, MBA, a 17-year veteran of the biotechnology industry, founded the Wellcoaches School of Coaching for health professionals in 2000, a strategic partner of the ACSM, which has trained more than 10,000 coaches in 50 countries. Margaret is co-founder and co-director of the Institute of Coaching at McLean Hospital, a Harvard Medical School affiliate, and co-director of the annual Coaching in Leadership & Healthcare conference offered by Harvard Medical School. Moore teaches coaching psychology at Harvard University Extension School. She is co-author of the Coaching Psychology Manual published by Wolters Kluwer, now in its second edition, and Harvard Health Books Organize Your Mind, Organize Your Life and Organize Your Emotions, Optimize Your Life.
More at www.coachmeg.com.
This webinar is sponsored by the ACAPT Leadership Development Committee
(L-DOC) and is the first offering presented by the ACAPT Leadership Academy
. Learn more about the committee here: http://acapt.org/about/committees/leadership-development-committee
- We will provide a certificate to all registrants after the webinar. Because ACAPT is a component of APTA, the credits issued by ACAPT are accepted in all states except
AK, AR, CA, FL, HI, LA, MD, NV, NJ, NM, NY, OH, TX, WA, and WV. This course is denied in Pennsylvania. Some states will allow you to apply for approval of the course. You may find the specifics of the course on this page (objectives, speaker bio, etc.) in case you would like to apply for approval. You can learn more on the FSBPT website
Registration: The webinar is scheduled to occur from 12:00-1:30pm Eastern.
Click here to register: http://iweb.apta.org/Conference/RegistrationProcessOverview.aspx?id=760
Who are the individuals identified as ACAPT Members? According to ACAPT's bylaws:
- A current member of APTA who is a faculty member, including a clinical faculty member, in the program at a Member Institution may be an individual member of ACAPT.
- The Representative from the Member Institution shall designate the faculty members who are qualified individual members.
- Member Institutions are CAPTE-accredited PT programs who have paid their annual member institution dues. View the list of member institutions here: http://acapt.org/about/institutions
- To see a list of our clinical partners, click here: http://acapt.org/about/consortium-2/national-consortium-of-clinical-educators and select "Members" in the tab at the bottom of the page